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Today we woke up in the Smoky's. But alas, we could not stay as we are on our way to Atlanta, Georgia via Greenville South Carolina. In a way it is just as well we could not stay in the Smoky’s as I have developed quite a specific speech impediment which means I can only say 'Schmoookkkkkeeeees’ . This might be getting annoying for Noah …
... as we first watched film in preparation of the hurtful events that we were about to embark upon, next we saw a replica of a bus that we would have been ordered to take a back seat on some 50 years ago. Then that tiny jail cell that we manage to squeeze into like they were ordered to do during that era, not to mention hidden coded (escape map) messages sewn into quilts using men's bow ties, photo's of the 'Lost Girls' during The Movement era. ...
... that over 50 years ago people of color were not afforded the opportunity to stay in a hotel such as that particular one.
Our tour group checked out of the hotel at 8: 00 A.M. sharp, and departed for Atlanta, Ga., the first stop was none other than the MLK Center. There we saw Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., and Coretta Scott-King's resting place, as well as the Eternal Flames that burned across from ...
We'll be off again on Tuesday and wanted to give you a link for our new blog.
This blog doesn't send out email notices for new entries so if you want to follow us, we suggest you put our blog page in you favorites. We'll be spending a lot of time on the beach and exploring off the grid and so won't be uploading everyday, but should have access to wifi for uploading several times during our stay.
... I was. Turns out Mr.B aka JB and I are related. Dicey Langston was his patriot also! He said to give him 2 minutes and he would call the owner of the property and arrange for him to show us the cemetery. JB called back and said Curt would meet us at his house. We drove up a driveway that was only suited for 4X4's, and Curt Doherty walked out to meet us. He lead us back into a wooded lot and through a gate marked Springfield/ Langston Cemetery. JB said there were approx. 100 graves ...
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